Life as the Preliator is harder than Ellie ever imagined.
Balancing real life with the responsibility of being Heaven’s warrior is a challenge for Ellie. Her relationship with Will has become all business, though they both long for each other. And now that the secret of who she really is has come out, so have Hell’s strongest reapers. Grown bold and more vicious, the demonic threaten her in the light of day and stalk her in the night.
She’s been warned.
Cadan, a demonic reaper, comes to her with information about Bastian’s new plan to destroy Ellie’s soul and use an ancient relic to wake all the souls of the damned and unleash them upon humanity. As she fights to stay ahead of Bastian’s schemes , the revelations about those closest to her awaken a dark power within Ellie that threatens to destroy everything—including herself.
She’ll be betrayed.
Treachery comes even from those whom she loves, and Ellie is broken by the deaths of those who stood beside her in this Heavenly war. Still, she must find a way to save the world, herself, and her love for Will. If she fails, there will be hell to pay.
In Wings, the cast of characters expands, like a lot, and you find a liking to every single one of their stories. Moulton, if she wanted to, could seriously do a spin-off series for every single character; characters such as Cadan, Nathaniel, Lauren, Ava, Marcus, Bastian, Merodach and Kaleno…okay, kidding maybe not those last two. But each character had so much to them and even though you’re focusing strictly on Ellie and Will, to the sidelines of your brain, you find yourself asking the Five W (who, what, when, where and why) Questions about each character. Well, I certainly did, at least. Also in Wings, there were so many freakin’ jaw-dropping O. M. Gs. I didn’t see more than half of them coming. I was shocked countless times; I just couldn’t believe what was being revealed and even afterwards, I would stop reading and think to myself, “Did that…did that seriously just go down?! Did he just say that?!” Yeah, I was mind. blown.